Why study Integrative Arts?
Integrative Arts allows students to design their own multi-disciplinary major using the spectrum of courses offered at Abington. Integrative Arts appeals to self-motivated students who want to direct their own educational plan.
Design a major that will help you achieve specialized training for a career of your choosing. Students formulate a theme they wish to explore by integrating one or more areas of the arts or art history with a cluster of courses from any other discipline (business, science, psychology, humanities, etc.).
John Pachence, Program Coordinator for Performing Arts, at the helm of the legendary Trident A Range console at Cherokee Studios in Hollywood, California. Abington students enrolled in the Music Performance & Entrepreneurship curriculum receive the knowledge and hands-on experience needed to work in state-of-the-art studios like this.
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